christmas,  lifestyle

UK Christmas Adverts – which one do you like best?

uk christmas adverts john lewis marks and spencers sainsburys

The 3 main Christmas adverts are all out.

John Lewis, Marks and Spencers, Sainsbury’s.

Each year, the adverts are eagerly awaited. Which one will make you cry the most? Which one will make you feel warm and fuzzy inside? Which one will uncover an emotion you’ve never felt before?

Well, let’s have a look, shall we?

All big adverts.

When I watched the John Lewis advert, I cried. I was sad when I went on Twitter to see that a lot of people didn’t like it. Saying doesn’t have that caring for others factor that is common with John Lewis adverts, but for me it was perfect. I saw it as everyone coming together and having fun with those we love, which is something we don’t always get the chance to do. I know Christmas is sometimes the only time I’ll get together with both my brothers and their families (well, apart from my other brother, but he lives in Australia),

The M&S Christmas advert made me cry the most. Adverts with voice overs of kids talking like that always do, though. I always bang on about hating kids, but hearing them be all sweet, or singing, just gets me. It was too cute and I love Mrs Claus being the hero, rather than Santa.

The Sainsbury’s advert failed to make me cry, but I did get all warm and fuzzy with the song. It’s a lovely feel good song and made me feel really Christmassy.

I have to say it’s a hard choice between John Lewis and the M&S advert – but I think the M&S advert wins for me this year. Although I do like the Sainsbury’s one, it was far behind the other two.

Which one is your favourite?

Also, if you don’t live in the UK, does your country have these type of power Christmas adverts? Link them in the comments if it does!

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